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Eh? Distributes copies of the recordings on the server to users? Are they stating it like that, because they know the judge won't understand it anyway, or do they themselves really not understand the concept of streaming? :-\


Isn't this what SoundExchange was (or should have been) created for?


I'm sure sound exchange should be collecting on performance royalties under the "experimental license". Not sure if groovesharks model allows them to use content under that license alone however. They very well may have a legit complaint against the company. Hopefully, for them, they can strike a deal like they did with EMI and the artists themselves can benefit. Time will tell....

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